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Hike in food prices is linked to higher risk of malnutrition among Indian children.

According to Public Health Foundation on India, the hike in food prices is linked to higher risk of malnutrition among Indian children.

The research is based on the observation of the children who have low weight when compared with their height… a measure based on World Health Organisation Standards. 527 more words

World's Top 10 Heaviest-Drinking Nations

A World Health Organisation (WHO) report has been released which details the levels of alcohol consumption across the world, revealing an interesting order of countries in the top-ten heaviest drinkers. 506 more words


Suspected Congo Ebola Victims Test Negative

Six hunters in DR Congo, who fell sick and were suspected to have been infected with Ebola, have tested negative for the deadly disease. 160 more words


Liberia Discovers Second Ebola Case

Liberian health officials have reportedly discovered a second case of Ebola in the country, increasing fears of a resurgence of the disease in the country. 300 more words


Liberia Records New Ebola Death

A Liberian man has died of Ebola, health authorities have said, the country’s first death of the disease since being declared free of the deadly virus on May 9. 223 more words


Cholera Kills 18 In South Sudan

At least 18 people have died from cholera in South Sudan, in the capital Juba, over the past three weeks. 244 more words


South Korea Reports Two New MERS Cases

South Korean health authorities have reported two new cases of MERS in the country, while Thailand have reported no new cases of the disease. 257 more words